• Europe: Closed Doors or Open Arms? The Culture Report/EUNIC Yearbook 2014/2015 discusses migration into Europe. In the Culture Report/EUNIC Yearbook 2014/2015, a string of renowned scholars, authors and writers, including Francis Fukuyama, Bassam Tibi, Umberto Eco, Richard Sennett and Zygmunt Bauman look for answers to these questions.

  • La culture dans les relations extérieures de l'UE

    Motivated by the fact that “the European Union has no cultural relations strategy”, the European Commission mandated in 2011 a consortium of eight cultural organisations, institutes, and a consultancy to propose such a strategy. The report is now published and according to the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, Androulla Vassiliou, it “makes for fascinating reading and brings together concrete proposals as to how to move forward in the coming months and years”.

  • Culture and Development – Action and Impact brochure

    Culture and Development – Action and Impact is the result of a fruitful collaboration between the European Commission, the British Council, the Federation Wallonia-Brussels and EUNIC. The objective of the brochure is to demonstrate the fundamental role culture plays in the area of Development. It contains a description of 36 projects that have used culture as a means to make a significant contribution to the socio-economic development.

  • EUNIC MENA project

    The overall aim of EUNIC MENA project is to strengthen the creative sector in the MENA region. Our objective is to develop new and realistic approaches in cultural policy, to support capacity building and professionalization of the sector, to improve mobility and exchange of artists and cultural operators, and to promote European culture and values in the MENA region.

  • Poliglotti4.eu Language Observatory

    Poliglotti4.eu Language Observatory

    Poliglotti4.eu is a multilingual online Language Observatory managed by EUNIC. The website is updated on daily basis with selection of news regarding language policy, language research and most important conferences and events organized in the field of multilingualism and language learning. You can also follow Poliglotti4.eu news on Twitter and Facebook.

  • The Cultural Dialogue China / EUNIC brings together intellectuals, cultural practitioners and cultural policy makers from Europe and China to strengthen cultural cooperation within creative industries and develop people-to-people relations. The tradition of organizing Cultural Dialogue China / EUNIC reaches back to the year 2008, when the very first of the meetings took place in Beijing, China.

  • Culture and Development

    Culture and Development

    EUNIC strongly advocates for culture to become an integral part of EU development policy, especially for the programme period 2014 to 2020. EUNIC is convinced that culture contributes to social and human development, fosters social cohesion and economic growth. It also can play a significant role in democratic development and peace and reconciliation process in post-conflict societies…

  • Culture and conflict

    Culture and conflict: challenges for Europe’s foreign policy

    Although a painting can never stop a bullet, a painting can stop a bullet from being fired. Culture is a central component of conflicts between different groups and ethnicities. So what could be more appropriate than using culture as a tool for conflict resolution?

  • Poliglotti4.eu

    Poliglotti4.eu logo

    Poliglotti4.eu is a network and online platform that strongly stands for language diversity, one of the most valuable European experiences. EUNIC members often provide language courses abroad and thereby promote diversity and multilingualism.

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EUNIC Berlin at the Leipzig Book Fair

17th − 20th March 2016 | 25 years of Leipzig liest (Leipzig reads) – partner institutes of EUNIC Berlin will also be present. Here is a small selection: The Collegium...

Fête de la Francophonie

12th March 2016 | Interested in another network? The embassies and agencies of Francophone countries in Berlin are once again organising the traditional Fête de la...

Internships for Russian curators 2016

This programme is created by the members of the EUNIC Russia – the Austrian Cultural Forum , the British Council , the Goethe-Institut , the Embassy of Sweden and Moscow...

European theatre groups in Liège

The Royal University Theatre of Liège is organising its annual International University Theatre Meeting (RITU) from 22 to 27 February 2016 . For this event, they have invited...

Arts for Social Development -...

Arts for Social Development Workshop - Exhibition Swedish Institute at Athens, Mitseon 9, Αθήνα Thursday, 3 March 2016, 10.00-15.00 This workshop brings together NGOs and...

From 9/11 to the most treasured temple in Palmyra, Islamist destruction reminds us that we have objects and values we hold as untouchable and inviolable. It also makes us question whether we have a strategy to save them.

Article by Ben O'Loughlin, Professor of International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London


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